US Open Tennis Scores

September 11, 2011 by staff 

US Open Tennis ScoresUS Open Tennis Scores, World number three Roger Federer an appointment semifinal against top seed Novak Djokovic in straight sets to both parties on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open.

After two successive defeats to Tsonga, one of which was in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in June, some have suggested that France could block the Swiss third time. However, there was none of the explosiveness he displayed during his two previous matches, while the Fed seemed to be enjoying.

Before long, an hour and 53 minutes to be exact, since the five-time champion went to a 6-4 6-3 6-3.

Due to rain delays, the device is supposed to be played on Wednesday, had to be postponed. And the rain did its part in the match again, as it interrupts the procedure. After the break, Federer dropped serve at 3-2, but managed to resist and take the first set against Frenchman who lacked his usual exuberance and the winners of bursting lungs.

Which leads to a mouth watering match-up as Federer’s 30 years old, prepares for battle against world number one Djokovic in the semifinals – a rematch of last year’s semifinal, a stimulant of five sets to win the Serbian. More recently, however, the French Open was Federer who trampled one wins in four sets en route to the final, breaking the Serb winning streak and preventing it claims the world record.

After defeating Tsonga, Federer revealed that he was satisfied with his own screen.

“I played very well,” Federer said. “For me it is, and that’s awesome. I’m very happy with the way I’m playing the way I move and I’m having fun on the court.”

In the other quarter-final (only two were played in the lower half of the men’s draw has been delayed due to rain) Djokovic has claimed victory after fellow Serbian Janko Tipsarevic retired with a leg injury.

The world number one did not look their best, and was given a torrid time of his compatriot. On one occasion, allowed to fight for Tipsarevic 5-2 and serve for the first set but managed to level scores and insert it into a tiebreaker in which walking.

The second set went to a tiebreaker, too, with the leveling Tipsarevic in a set of all.

However, Djokovic came on again in the third, but Tipsarevic required treatment for a leg injury. Djokovic also required medical attention due to a toe bleeding. Finally, Tipsarevic who retired injured at 7-6 (7-2), 6-7 (3-7) 6-0 3-0.

“My left foot is bleeding,” Djokovic said afterwards. “These things happen all the time that flow like me.”

Elsewhere, world number two Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray reached the number one quarter-final after winning their respective matches in the lower half of delay in the draw.

Defending champion Nadal beat Gilles Muller in his fourth round match, which resumed at 3-0 to Muller after the game was abandoned due to rain Wednesday.

Nadal complained of being made to play on the slippery court on Wednesday, with players managing just 15 minutes of play before rain stopped. Nadal was a very focused, which resumed on Thursday though. Finally, the power with a 7-6 (7-1) 6-1 6-2.

Subsequently refocused its attention on the problems hanging over the tournament.

When you are invited to discuss the subject, said. “That’s not fair, but that is what is here in the Grand Slams, if I’m in the position of the U.S. Open or Wimbledon or Australia, Roland Garros, I’ll do the same. Why not?”

Nadal will now face local favorite Andy Roddick, after the 2003 champion won a thrilling 6-3 6-4 3-6 6-3 win over fifth seed David Ferrer.

“I enjoyed it,” said U.S. after 29 years of age. “I like class of smaller, more intimate things when I can. It was a bit of everything.”

Earlier, fourth seed Andy Murray began a day of action at Flushing Meadows with a 6-2 6-3 6-3 win over Donald Young. Now they will face American John Isner in the quarterfinals after defeating Gilles Simon 7-6 (7-2) 3-6 7-6 (7-2) and 7-6 (7-4) in what proved to be a thriller.

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